Medium: Hubble made space beautiful for all of us

It’s been 28 years since the Hubble Space Telescope was launched. Since then, it’s helped expand our knowledge and reveal the beauty of the galaxy  and universe. Read it here: https://medium.com/@ZoomBubba/hubble-made-space-beautiful-for-all-of-us-f70d1c1aea4a View story at Medium.com   Please follow and like us:0 Continue reading Medium: Hubble made space beautiful for all of us

Retro-review: ‘Rock For Light’ by Bad Brains

Thrash metal and punk have always been closely connected in a rather incestuous way. That connection goes further back than D.R.I.’s 1987 album Crossover, which is credited with creating the fused thrash/punk genre. But thrash metal itself goes back to the early 80s when bands like Metallica took the aggression of punk rock and combined it with the musicianship of 1970s heavy metal. There’s lots … Continue reading Retro-review: ‘Rock For Light’ by Bad Brains

Retro-review: ‘Sinister Slaughter’ by Macabre

Chicago’s Macabre know a lot about serial killers. Want proof? Listen to their 1993 album Sinister Slaughter. Macabre are what can be called the death-grind equivalent of They Might Be Giants. Except, where They Might Be Giants occasionally sing songs about math, science and history, Macabre dedicate almost their entire songography to the topics of serial murderers, spree killers and mass murderers. The fact they … Continue reading Retro-review: ‘Sinister Slaughter’ by Macabre

Retro-review: ‘Out of the Silent Planet’ by King’s X

King’s X 1988 debut album Out of the Silent Planet is a great first effort by a band that has been unfortunately overlooked the majority of their career. Out of the Silent Planet is the first recording they made on Megaforce records following years of being signed to exclusively Christian music labels. While it didn’t make waves and didn’t make as much of an impact … Continue reading Retro-review: ‘Out of the Silent Planet’ by King’s X

Endearing, enduring anime ‘Trigun’ turns 20

What do you get when you mix science fiction and westerns with a Japanese spin? You get Trigun. It’s the tale of Vash the Stampede, a not-so-lone gunman on the planet Gunsmoke, who has taken a vow to never kill anyone. Vash aimlessly wanders through the first half of the series and then, in the second half, finds himself in, not a life-and-death struggle for … Continue reading Endearing, enduring anime ‘Trigun’ turns 20